Necklace Tahitian pearls in ascending 10 - 14 m.m with white gold clasp 18 karat by Schoeffel.
THE EXCELLELLENCE OF A SCHOEFFEL PEARL.
LUSTRE | The luster is the sheen – the fascinating way pearl reflects light: The soft shimmer that seems to emanate from within. The lustre gives a pearl its unique appearance and its seductive charm, and is the most important quality criterion for Schoeffel.
SHAPE | The shape has a major influence on value. Some occur as perfect spheres and are worth more, others possess forms that emphasise a pearl's natural personality.
SURFACE | The surface always includes some unevenness, and this lends each pearl its unique character. However, generally speaking, the fewer blemishes, the greater the value.
SIZE | The size of a pearl has a limited impact on its value, and is only considered once other criteria have been taken into account. Nevertheless, the value usually rises in proportion to size.
COLOUR | The colour has, from an objective point of view, little to do with the quality of a pearl. However it does influence the value: The rarer the colour, the greater the value.
BLEND | The right blend is of vital importance to Schoeffel quality. All pearls set in Schoeffel necklaces are a harmonious combination of lustre, shape, surface, size and colour – a blend that is not just eye-catching, but also breath-taking.
|Metal||18 karat gold|
|Chain length||42 cm|
|Type of pearl||Tahití|